This is a self-paced course for professionals interested in Auditory training and its History, Theory & Application in clinical settings. The presenters cover technical and neurophysiological theory of Auditory training. With a particular emphasis on auditory assessments which lead to the individualization of auditory training protocols. Auditory training is not yet an evidenced-based intervention in most regions, however, it has become a clinically powerful tool to add to the battery of interventions used by many clinicians dealing with auditory processing disorder.
Self-paced online course
This is a self-paced course for professionals interested in Auditory training and its History, Theory & Application in clinical settings. It prepares you to conduct practical training at a later date and apply the technique effectively.
The course content is designed and presented by:
For this self-paced course, we have estimated the following time commitment:
- 3 hours to view all lesson presentations
- 1 hour to complete all tests (subsequent to the lesson presentation)
- 6 hours of additional recommended reading material
This course accounts for 60 points towards your neuroCademy profile.Participants will receive “Auditory Training Program – History, Theory & Application” Certificate upon successful completion of all lessons in this course (see below for practical component).For Lessons 2 – 5, an 80% pass of the test is required to advance to the next lesson.The test can be repeated as many times as needed. Each lesson includes a recorded video presentation and accompanying learning materials.The course is designed as lessons to be completed in sequence. You will need to watch the presentation in full in order to complete the course.
This course must be completed within 6 months, to maintain consistency of study, and ensure understanding of course material.
There are 5 lessons in this course, each with a video presentation:
- LESSON 0. Introduction to the Auditory Training Program
- LESSON 1. Auditory Processing Disorder: Symptoms and Comorbidities
- LESSON 2. History of Auditory Training- Current state of research
- LESSON 3. Anatomy & Physiology of Auditory Training
- LESSON 4. Assessment of Auditory Processing Skills
- LESSON 5. Auditory Training Application and Case Studies